The first structure built and dedicated December 7, 1963, the Obelisk was
“dedicated to the living, in memory of our fallen comrades who gave their lives to our country” —
The Obelisk is a symbol that perpetuates the reverence we hold for those who died in defense of our country.
It is a reminder to ourselves and the community of their sacrifice for our future.
KE'EHI MEMORIAL ORGANIZATION
As a self-sustaining 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Ke’ehi Memorial Organization (“KMO”)
provides the necessary professional management and maintenance of the Memorial
while ensuring that it meets its stated purpose to support disabled veterans and their families and the youth of our community.
As a public trust, KMO is committed to fulfilling its mission for the benefit of all.
To maintain the Ke'ehi Lagoon Memorial (KLM) grounds and facilities as a special
place to honor all veterans, especially the fallen; to provide a venue for activities
that sustain KLM as a Living Memorial; and to support the general community with a focus on at-risk youth and disabled veterans and their families.
Ke'ehi Memorial Organization (KMO) values:
the sacrifices of veterans, especially the fallen, and
service to the youth and general community, disabled veterans and their
families with integrity, respect and a high sense of duty
Ke'ehi Lagoon Memorial
Board of Directors
Alma Grocki, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired) (President)